Tag Archive: movies

Fictional Villains.

I probably spend too much time thinking about fictional villains. Mostly I think about why villains talk so much when they could just do the things and maybe win?! I also think about… Continue reading

#NotMyStonewall

At first, I was so excited to hear that a movie was being made about the Stonewall riots that happened in June of 1969. I mean, here’s an event that had a huge… Continue reading

The Bechdel Test and Every Single Word.

There have been several projects and tests that have called out the lack of diversity and general problems that Hollywood has in regards to representing anyone other than a cishet white male. Hollywood has… Continue reading

Avengers: Age of Ultron (Caution – Spoilers)

I just walked out of the theater after seeing Avengers: Age of Ultron for the first time and there is a part of me that’s mildly disappointed it took me nearly two months… Continue reading

Aloha (movie)

Okay so full disclosure: I haven’t seen this movie and actively plan to avoid watching it for so many different reasons. Rather than reviewing then, I wanted to share the many criticisms that… Continue reading

What We Do in the Shadows

*trigger warning of blood, body gore in the movie and the videos I’ve posted* Last week, I had the lovely pleasure of seeing the mockumentary What We Do in the Shadows. The movie comes out… Continue reading

The Imitation Game

Starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightly, The Imitation Game is about Alan Turning and others who worked at Bletchley Park in England during World War II. Their work primarily focused on breaking the… Continue reading

Dear White People: A Movie Review

A few days ago, I went to go see Justin Simien’s movie “Dear White People”, which highlights racism, privilege, microaggressions, and diversity within higher education. The movie follows around Sam White, a college… Continue reading